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Leeds_Bridge_1888


Published 1888


Leeds Bridge is believed to be the second film ever made. The Film was shot by French inventor Louis Le Prince sometime in late 1888, after the completion of his Roundhay Garden Scene on October 14, 1888. Leeds Bridge documents traffic crossing Leeds Bridge in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.


Run time 2 seconds
Producer Louis Le Prince
Audio/Visual silent, b/w

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